Wolf + Lamb: Conscious Choices

By Kassandra Nunes & Andrea Delgado Here’s a track from Tmrw.Tday veterans Wolf + Lamb, Crew Love artist Nick Monaco and his partner in island life David Marston – a Jamaica native. On the vocals, we have Charlie from Soul Clap. Fun fact: the guys made this last year while chilling in Jamaica. Tell us about your musical journey? […]

Dear Jamaica

By Melissa A. Salmon Dear Jamaica, Black, green and gold, may I inherit your greatness. Born in the quaint parish of St. Catherine, I spent a few years in the enriched seaside town of Old Harbour and its neighbouring environs before relocating to your capital, Kingston. Your history is a rich one, a history which transcends […]

Packing light for your Jamaican vacay

By Andrea Delgado I think most people can relate when I say that packing is a pain in my chakras! First you have to figure what the weather will be like, how long you’re travelling for and what on earth you’ll do when you get there! I used to be a serial over-packer and I know […]

Finding Purpose: Tips From A Modern Day Philosopher

By Tmrw.Tday Team Many of us think that finding purpose is unattainable, but it’s really only because we never take the time to think about it. We are so focused on meetings, deadlines and so many other things that we forget to think about ourselves and what we really care about sometimes.

VIDEO: Speak Patois! What does “Hol A Meds” mean?

Learn to speak Patois with our new campaign – it aims to help culture fest attendees learn a phrase or two to use when in Negril. The term “patois” stems from Old French meaning local or regional dialect and originates from creole languages of West Africa. “At Tmrw.Tday Culture Fest, we’re all about blending in with the […]

Jay Shetty: Changing The World Starts With You

By Tmrw.Tday Team Motivational vlogger, presenter and former monk, Jay Shetty ponders the demands of relationships, expectations and jobs on our happiness. Many of us have forgotten about our Earth, living life and most importantly – each other. We need to take a step back and look at our lives. Our minds are always racing about […]

Culture Guide: Everything you need to know for Tmrw.Tday

By Tmrw.Tday Culture Guide Tmrw.Tday‘s culture guide provides tips, tricks and info for attendees joining us in Negril May 17-23, 2017. You’ll find details on getting to and from the airport, house rules, law and customs, event sponsors + partners, talent, maps and more!

Get To Know The Bosses Of Bendy: The Acro Buddhas

By Tmrw.Tday Team Miranda and Ryan are the Acro Buddhas. They met in 2007 and have been inseparable ever since. They felt an immediate connection and although each year offers up new challenges to the pair, they always make sure to support each other along their journey. Each day we seek to do what we love […]

VIDEO: Learn Patois! What does “Wa Gwan” mean?

What does Wa Gwan even mean? Learn Patois with our new campaign, it aims to help culture fest attendees learn a phrase or two to use when in Negril. The term “patois” stems from Old French meaning local or regional dialect and originates from creole languages of West Africa. “At Tmrw.Tday Culture Fest, we’re all about […]

You need to know this about Ganja in Jamaica

By Andrea Delgado Ganja in Jamaica is earning a new reputation. “Growing up as a Rastafarian, I decided I was not going to sit down and watch Rastafari and grass roots people being continually persecuted for a plant.” – Ras Iyah-V Cannabis is one of the most commonly-used herbs around the world. Despite deep roots in […]